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Dr. Stephanie Mines
Dr. Stephanie Mines is a neuropsychologist whose unique understanding comes from her academic research as well as her extensive work in the field. Her stories of personal transformation have led many listeners to become deeply committed to the healing journey. Dr. Mines understands shock from every conceivable perspective. She has investigated it as a survivor, a professional, a healthcare provider, and as a trainer of staffs of institutions and agencies.
Her blend of Western and Eastern modalities offers the best of both paradigms. She is devoted to ending the lineage of shock and trauma for individuals and the world. To this end she has developed the TARA Approach for the Resolution of Shock and Trauma which is taught internationally and is a clinically tested comprehensive treatment design.
The TARA Approach is also a non-profit organization dedicated to providing alternative health options for a broad spectrum of populations. Dr. Mines, as Director, is responsible for disseminating information to communities in need, especially people suffering from illness that results from shock and trauma, survivors of domestic violence, families and children, and people living with neurodiversity including autism and other sensory integration challenges.
Dr. Mines has also developed CLIMATE CHANGE & CONSCIOUSNESS: Our Legacy for the Earth. This is both an international, intergenerational and multidisciplinary conference and an ongoing structure of networks and resources to cultivate resilience so that humanity can thrive in a climate changed world. The acceleration of climate change threatens everyone and everything on this Earth. It is civilization’s greatest shock. For more information on CLIMATE CHANGE & CONSCIOUSNESS go to www.ccc19.org.
Dr. Mines’ books represent a compilation of the diverse aspects of her mission to build grassroots empowerment based sustainable healthcare. These include: We Are All in Shock; New Frontiers in Sensory Integration and most recently They Were Families: How War Comes Home.
To reach Dr. Mines directly, email her at email@example.com
Ash is a group facilitator, wanderer, scholar, and poet living in Bozeman, Montana. She serves as Personal Assistant to Dr. Stephanie Mines and as a liaison to the TARA community. In addition to supporting the TARA Approach, she works as a mental health educator leading workshops on resilience, emotional intelligence, and suicide prevention for adolescents. Ash brings her experience in nonprofit development, alternative medicine, and mental health to nurture the growth and sustenance of the TARA Approach. She studied psychology at Montana State University with specializations in women, gender, and sexuality studies and religious studies. Ash is committed to nurturing holistic health and healing in a climate changing world and views the TARA Approach as a valuable resource for individuals and communities.
To reach Ash directly, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org